My guess is that the SQL query is not correct.
First, look in Global Permissions in JIRA - what group or groupS are named for "JIRA users" permission? (Also note the two administrator lines, although the users in there are probably in the user groups already)
Then tell us what the SQL is you're running.
I take the sql from official site https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirakb/how-to-get-a-list-of-active-users-counting-towards-the-jira-application-license-278695452.html
SELECT DISTINCT u.lower_user_name
FROM cwd_user u
JOIN cwd_membership m
ON u.id = m.child_id
AND u.directory_id = m.directory_id
JOIN globalpermissionentry gp
ON Lower(m.parent_name) = Lower(gp.group_id)
JOIN cwd_directory d
ON m.directory_id = d.id
WHERE gp.permission IN ('USE','ADMINISTER','SYSTEM_ADMIN')
AND d.active = '1'
AND u.active = '1';
Ok, that looks good to me, assuming you are on JIRA 6.2.1, 6.3 or 6.4, so you need to check why the UI is returning a different answer.
How many people have you got in each of the "can log in" and "admin" groups?
I go to User management and set filter user on include the group
- jira-users = 361
- jira-administrators = 10
- jira-developers = 55
When I run SQL query only like "WHERE gp.permission ='USE';" and delete "AND d.active = '1' AND u.active = '1';"
I recieve result 224 users
What wrong a count users?
I don't think the count is wrong, I think the SQL does not match the question. But I do not know what SQL you're actually effectively running. I'm not a DBA and I only really get the basics of searching - could you show me what you're running without obscuring it with "as" statements ? (I know they simplify it for DBAs, but they make reading what the query does really hard)
I have multiple projects that use variations of the same base workflow. The variations depend on the requirements of the project or issue type. The variations mostly come in the form of new statuses ...
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